Nicholas Casey, of The Faithful Geek, shared what he uses to define a “good movie” after his son asked the question: “Dad, what makes a good movie good?”
“That’s a difficult question to answer,” I told him. “Everyone has a different definition of good. There are movies that are universally praised that I think were horrible. There are award winning films that I think are a complete waste of time. But there are also movies I thoroughly enjoyed that were mocked by critics and mass audiences.”
You can read his three-part answer to this question in his post “So Subjective” from a couple days ago.
Do you agree? What’s a movie you love but is widely discredited by audiences?